He hasn't won any... But if he enters he could!
The first ever dunk contest was held in 1976 in Denver and the first NBA dunk contest was held in Denver in 1984.
Yes he won the Slam Dunk contest in 1997.
Yes, Spud Webb won the NBA Dunk Contest in 1986.
no but he will be next year he might considering everyone knows he the highest jumper and natiest dunker in the nba today.
Yes, he participated in a slam dunk contest in 1997 as a rookie. He even won the contest with a couple of impressive dunks. (f.e. between the leg) This was the last slam dunk contest before the lockout in 1998/1999
no he has not in the nba!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! But Kobe has 1997
Vince Carter or Jason Richardson
DA he won it in 08 yous your brain
Yes John Barry
Paul Pierce - 3point shoot out Nate Robinson - Slam dunk contest (first ever 3 time winner)
in 1996 while playing for the l.a clippers brent barry won the slam dunk contest with a dunk from the foul line emulating previous dunks by dr j and Jordan in 1996 while playing for the l.a clippers brent barry won the slam dunk contest with a dunk from the foul line emulating previous dunks by dr j and Jordan
The shortest person to dunk on a ten foot rim is not Anthony Spud Webb, it's Mugsy Bogues. Webb was the shortest person to win the NFL dunk contest.
The shortest player to win an NBA dunk contest was Spud Webb who went to college at North Carolina State. He was 5' 7" and was a fourth round draft choice of the Detroit Pistons in 1985. Webb played in the NBA for 12 seasons with the Atlanta Hawks, Sacramento Kings, Minnesota Timberwolves, and Orlando Magic. He won the NBA's slam dunk contest at the All-Star game in 1986. Click on the 'Spud Webb Slam Dunk' link on this page to see a video of him in action at the 1986 Slam Dunk Contest.
Yes in the 1988 dunk contest he dunked it from the free throw line http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EfHnG-e-vE
Yes Jared "J-Tom" Kestner did in a 2006 Canadian Streetball dunk contest.
It already passed. It was on February 13th, 2010 at the Dallas Cowboy's stadium. Nate Robinson won, becoming the first player ever to win three slam-dunk contests.
It has and always will be legal to dunk from the free throw line. No one has ever attempted to do so in a non NBA dunk contest, as the odds of doing so with about 7 people in the way is very unlikely. Most people get a head start, as well, and there is little chance of that happening in an NBA game.